Krush Puppies share ‘Why’ & announce show @ London's Moth Club, EP 'Love Kills The Demons'

Watch the funeral video HERE

Announce headline show at London’s Moth Club 17th June - Tickets on sale now

Debut EP Love Kills The Demons out 6th May via Holm Front Records

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Previous praise for Krush Puppies: “four friends who make off piste fuzz rock noises, their DIY grunge-influenced sound careers into lesser explored crevices.” - CLASH

"Like a rain of pebbles fracturing a still-water-surface, those purified melodies precipitate into beguiling psych-folk mystery; a paradox of effortless pop charm, and intangible sagacity." - So Young

“Their new song weaves lush vocals with fuzzy, soft grunge to describe overcoming night terrors.” - Stylist

“Love Kills The Demons’ is the perfect introduction to London newcomers Krush Puppies” - The Forty-Five

Announcing their debut EP earlier this month, London based Krush Puppies share new single ‘Why’ as well as news of a headline show at Moth Club to celebrate the release. Love Kills The Demons will be released 6th May via the Sports Team owned label Holm Front Records.

'Why' is about looking back at a friendship or relationship. When the bad outweighed the good. How something damaging can be so consuming, but the relief that comes from finally leaving it. It follows the title track ‘Love Kills The Demons’.

On the video, vocalist Alexa says, “We wanted to do a sort of funeral for the Video, we made a wreath with twigs, wax and roses that we released out into the sea, along with any heartache we might be holding on to. I guess it was kind of a final goodbye.”

Watch the video for ‘Why’ HERE

(Directed, shot & edited by David Luke Rees)

‘Why’ Single Artwork | By Rosanna Holmes-Frodsham (@rohofro)

Meeting in the queue for Pets at Home on the Old Kent Road, Alexa Daly, Jenny Wells and Jess McGill, three pet owners with a shared taste for experimental post-punk, started playing about with the instruments they had lying around. Through a serendipitous phone call a couple of years later, drummer Heather Britton joined the band with a multi-instrumentalist gift, which glued the four together.

Live dates include a sold out show tonight at Brixton’s Windmill supporting HighSchool, and an EP release show at London’s Moth Club on 17th June. Tickets on-sale HERE.

Debut EP Love Kills The Demons out 6th May via Holm Front Records | Pre-order here

Love Kills The Demons Out 6th May via Holm Front Records

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1. Throw Me On The Fire 2. Love Kills The Demons 3. Why 4. Everybody Wants To Be A Cowboy

More information on Krush Puppies:

The EP Love Kills The Demons, is about letting go of the bad to make room for the good. It mirrors their heavier live atmosphere, but the recording allowed them to add layers of ethereal vocal harmony and fuzz at the same time, which is often hard to control on stage.

Each song is an interpretation of transcendence. ‘Throw Me On The Fire’ alludes to the drain of ignorance; when you’re scapegoated, but absorb it instead of falling. Whether that’s through someone you know who takes and takes, or male sound engineers blaming an all female band when they can’t get the levels right. ‘Why’ is about letting go and forgiveness, signified musically with a wall of sound in the latter half, where ‘Everybody wants to be a cowboy’ represents the spiky side of it all, and the title track embraces support.

On the signing, Henry Young of Holm Front Records and Sports Team said, “From the moment we hit play on Love Kills The Demons, it was clear this wasn't your typical demo submission. Morricone-esque flute meets a wall of fuzz-laden guitar across four tracks unlike anything else in the game right now. Very excited here at Holm Front to be releasing the EP - a major step-up in recorded output from a band already turning heads for their live show in the capital.” Love Kills The Demons is half and half songs they’ve been playing live and new ideas. Usually someone comes into the studio with the beginnings of something, whether it’s a melody line, a guitar tone or some words, then they add layers and chop around the format until it makes sense and feels right, without worrying about traditional formatting. Their writing is more collaborative than it’s been before, with melodies and crescendos fused alongside each other’s thoughts and ideas without ego. That’s what their debut EP is about; supporting, encouraging, and celebrating those you care about.

Krush Puppies are: Alexa Daly (Vocals, Bass, Flute) Jenny Wells (Vocals, Guitar) Jess McGill (Guitar, Keys) Heather Britton (Drums)